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To the Editor: In the more than 5 months that have passed since I was sworn in as Mayor, I am proud of what we have accomplished for the City in a short amount of time, building on my experience and record I established throughout my 18 years on the more
To the Editor: The recent indisputable findings by private residents showcasing the Warwick Fire Department's organized and secret abuse of tax payer dollars now has the same residents wondering how such abuse could proliferate, particularly when the more
To the Editor: This letter is to thank Mr. Jeffrey Wiggins, assistant vice president of T.F. Green Airport, for his unselfish assistance in helping to eliminate possible accidents on the road going from Airport Road to the end of Winslow Avenue. This more
By BRUCE CORLISS and ROBERT BALLARD As University of Rhode Island alumni, we are proud of the many contributions the Graduate School of Oceanography has made to Rhode Island, the nation and the world, and we are excited about its future. Since its more
The long run up to the 2018 statewide election is over, and voters will go to the ballot box on Tuesday and cast votes that will impact all residents of Warwick and Rhode Island as a whole for the foreseeable future. This election has some significant more
To the Editor:Mark McKenney says I was wrong when I referred to him as a“corporate lawyer.” (Oct. 25, “Carbone is Betraying his Party.”) I stand corrected. He is not employed … more
By BOB HOUGHTALING While watching a recent episode of Face the Nation I listened as Senator Ben Sasse spoke of how the digital revolution has impacted our ability to engage with each other. In short, Senator Sasse asserts that one of our country's more
By SENATOR SHELDON WHITEHOUSE As I travel across the state listening to Rhode Islanders during this campaign, I'm often asked which vote I've taken that I'm most proud of. Eight years after I voted to pass the Affordable Care Act, my answer is still the more
It was the calm after the storm. The air was heavy with moisture, the trees dripping from Saturday's downpour and wet leaves plastered like sticky labels on the driveway and the car. It was warmer but you knew the weather was resigned to autumn even if more
With the general midterm election just a week away, it is important for voters to arm themselves with as much education as possible regarding the candidates that will appear on their ballots. However, it is equally important that voters inform themselves more
To the Editor: I don't know Gerald Carbone, so I really can't figure out what he's thinking. But in his letter to the Editor, printed on October 18, he endorsed the Republican candidate for Warwick Mayor. For this Democrat to turn his back on his party more
To the Editor: Recent literature written in the Warwick Beacon has criticized Mayor Solomon and our City Council regarding their cautious, investigative approach regarding new LED streetlights for Warwick. Their methodology is the right way to go. The more
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